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|Rescue Me ID: 18-06-23-00463Bubba (male)|
Bubba is a very sweet dog. He is house and crate trained and walks on his leash well.He gets along with other dogs but does guard his food and so will need to be fed separate . He is current on all his shots, worming and on monthly heartworm prevention.
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Greene County Springfield, MO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-05-29-00479Finn (male)|
Finn is a very smart and curious dog. He is on medicine for separation anxiety issues. We adopted him at 2-1/2from a rescue. He needs a much larger space and place to exercise without being on a leash (we are in a condo). He can be destructive when left alone without exercise. Does not do well in day camp environment. He is great with kids and adults. Responds well to POSITIVE reinforcement. CANNOT use a pinch collar. Uses a gentle leader to walk. Was not socialized as a puppy ... unsure of early experiences. Not the dog for an inexperienced owner.
St. Louis County SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 MAP IT!
|Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.|
|Rescue Me ID: 18-02-10-00212Ninja (male)|
[Read About Natural Incontinence Care] Rehoming a Wheel Chair Puppy Ninja presented to regular Veterinarian in the middle of the night on November 1 2017 with paralysis. Veterinarian highly suspected Coon Hound Paralysis. With lots of efforts and continued on going treatment Ninja has improved to the point of now only having hind limb paralysis with loss of urine and stool control. Ninja had been raised with a young child and another dog. He is currently living with another dog and cat. He really wants to chase the cat (not sure if that is play or more). His face lights up when he even hears children's voices now that he does not live with any. Current care giver tries to arrange weekly play dates with children since it brings Ninja such joy. Ninja has his own Wheel Chair thanks to Pets with Disabilities. Ninja currently being treated with acupuncture weekly and seeing a chiropractor to gain as much function as possible. We have seen tiny spurts of improvement but prognosis of getting function in his hind end is minimal. Ninja has such a great spirit, love for life and will to live. He is not in any pain, so if his function doesn't return, he seems content in his wheel chair. He is still a puppy so willing to learn to manage life differently and bonds quickly. (Less)
Platte County Houston Lake, MO 64151 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Mastiff in Missouri|
Mastiff Dogs can make good pets in Missouri if they match your IifestyIe. The Old English Mastiff is a massive breed. Mastiffs are very gentle toward their families. This is an intelligent, protective breed that makes a good guard dog but is unlikely to attack unless severely provoked. Mastiffs behave well with children but should be watched with little ones because of their large size. Mastiffs need gentle training and socialization from an early age. Mastiffs can live in an apartment or a home with a small yard.
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